Resolve Supported Housing was set up to compliment the service offered by Resolve Care Ofsted Registered Residential Family Centre.
Accommodation, support and monitoring for families
We offer Local Authorities and Commissioners a more affordable package for families who are low-risk and solely require support, monitoring, and housing.
Our Supported Housing offers accommodation, support, and monitoring for families where there have been concerns around their parenting. However, the families do not require a formal Parenting Capacity Assessment or may have completed one where there are recommendations for a further period of support and monitoring.
We also offer accommodation, support, and monitoring for pregnant women (and couples) who may require support and monitoring during pregnancy or who may be in temporary accommodation while awaiting permanent housing solutions.
If it is identified that a family will require a formal Parenting Capacity Assessment, then we can support them in moving into the Residential Family Centre.
Where we are
Resolve Supported Housing consists of individual flats (of varying sizes) within a large house situated in a residential area in Ilford, Essex (London Borough of Redbridge). However, we accept families from all around the country. We are within walking distance of shops and a large shopping centre, and there are good transport links (buses and overground trains into Liverpool Street and Stratford).
What we offer
Our Supported Housing offers parents the opportunity to live in an environment with less supervision, in a way that is more relatable to life in the community. We only use CCTV in communal areas such as the hallways and outside each of the flats.
Families placed at Resolve Supported Housing will have a Case Manager who provides support to help them in their parenting role and with daily living tasks. Around the time of admission, a meeting will be held to formulate a care plan with the parent, their social worker, and Resolve Supported Housing. This plan will set out what type of support the family require.
We look at the case study of a pregnant 16-year-old
We look at the case study of a 17-year-old mother with a new baby
How Resolve supported parents who had been struggling to learn the skills required to care for their young child with complex health needs